Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL Deployment Manager (iDM)
Black Box Explains...Digital Visual Interface (DVI) cables.
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Glare Screens
Product Data Sheets (pdf)... iCOMPEL
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL P Series 2U Publisher Unit with Wi-Fi
The Digital Visual Interface (DVI) standard is based on transition-minimized differential signaling (TMDS). In a typical single-line digital signal, voltage is raised to a high level and decreased to a... more/see it nowlow level to create transitions that convey data. To minimize the number of transitions needed to transfer data, TMDS uses a pair of signal wires. When one wire goes to a high-voltage state, the other goes to a low-voltage state. This balance increases the data-transfer rate and improves accuracy.
There are different types of DVI connectors: DVI-D, DVI-I, DVI-A, DFP, and EVC. DVI-D is a digital-only connector.
DVI-D is a digital-only connector. DVI-I supports both digital and analog RGB connections. Some manufacturers are offering the DVI-I connector type on their products instead of separate analog and digital connectors. DVI-A is used to carry an analog DVI signal to a VGA device, such as a display. DFP, like DVI-D, was an early digital-only connector used on some displays; it’s being phased out. EVC (also known as P&D) is similar to DVI-I only it’s slightly larger in size. It also handles digital and analog connections, and it’s used primarily on projectors. collapse
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL S Series 2U Publisher with HD Video Capture
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Video and Audio Cables and Connectors
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...iCOMPEL S Series VESA Mountable Publisher Unit with Wi-Fi
Product Data Sheets (pdf)...Workplace Accessories: CPU stands and holders
Video...iCOMPEL™ demo: How to use this hardware/software platform to create compelling digital signage.
Hosted by George Borden, Digital Signage National Sales Manager for Black Box, this video shows how the all-inclusive iCOMPEL™ platform can be used to set up professional signage for engaging... more/see it nowcommunications. The video begins with a discussion of the various signage elements (layouts, zones, playlists, and schedules) and how they’re used to create compelling signage. Then, in the live demo portion of the video, he demonstrates how to use its user-friendly interface to set up a layout, load media in zones, drag and drop media into position within a zone, and create and manage playlists. The video also shows how to update content ad-hoc at a screen, bring in RSS feeds, assign an override message for emergency alerts, and more. collapse